All the ATL stars wanna party with Trigga… Celebrities Turn Out For Trey Songz’ Album Release Trey Songz brought out his host of ATL celeb friends to help him celebrate the release of Trigga at Compound in Atlanta. Young Thug,
Gearing up to release his next album Seen It All, Young Jeezy preps us by dropping his new single, which is the album’s title track and features Jay Z. The track was produced by Cardo and was originally recorded for Jay’s Magna Carta...Show More Summary
Hate it or love it? New Young Jeezy With Jay Z Song Via Consequence Of Sound reports: Since announcing plans to release his fifth studio album back in September, Jeezy hasn’t shared much beyond a few teaser tracks and
Young Jeezy got one of his first big career looks when Jay-Z rapped his ass off on a remix of Jeezy’s street hit “Go Crazy” way the hell back in 2005, and Jeezy and Jay have appeared on tracks together a handful of times since the. The no-longer-young Jeezy has a new album called Seen [...]
The Atlanta rapper's fifth studio album, Seen It All, drops in September.
The BET Awards show has been marred in recent years with violent encounters. In 2012 rappers Rick Ross' and Young Jeezy's entourages of long T-shirts and heavy necklaces came to blows and at the same show, rapper Gunplay would get mollywhopped by 50 Cent's crew.
File this under cool sht that doesn’t happen daily. Late last week, Vibe managed to wrangle some time with ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas and the topic of Bilas’ daily references to Young Jeezy lyrics entered the conversation. While Bilas was reciting one of the Snowman’s lyrics, in walks Jeezy into the picture to surprise him.
ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas refers to rapper Young Jeezy as an "urban philosopher" and often tweets his lyrics in the morning, followed by Jeezy 's signature "I gotta go to work." In an interview for Vibe, Bilas was surprised to see the Atlanta rapper come in and join, and the two discussed their mutual admiration of each other. Show More Summary
College basketball analyst Jay Bilas is a big fan of rapper Young Jeezy. For years, Bilas has tweeted Jeezy lyrics every morning, slipped Jeezy references into his on-air commentary […] The post Jay Bilas Finally Meets Young Jeezy (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
VIBE puts ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas, a big Snowman fan, in a room with Young Jeezy. They talk about Jeezy’s Bilas reference on the “Function” Remix and Jay’s “I gotta go to work” tweets. Too much poppin’ will get you all tied up. Your man turned state’s, now he’s all wired up. I gotta […]
The G-Unit reunion keeps moving as 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks Young Buck and Kidd Kidd go over Trey Songz and Jeezy’s “Ordinary,” mostly because the first two weren’t doing anything productive with it anyway. Thumbs up for the new guy here because honestly Kidd Kidd seemed like the odd man out in the new, improved Unit.
Hustle Gang keeps the new music coming with this new cut from Tip, B.o.B and Spodee. Previously: Stak5 ft. Rocko, T.I. & Jeezy – Gumbo | T.I. ft. Young Thug – About The Money (Video)
The return of the hat It’s been quite some time since Shaffer has released some new-new, but today he releases his new jawn featuring Young Jeezy. What do you think? Is Ne-Yo “back”?
Ne-Yo has spent the past year writing dutifully for veteran divas like Celine Dion. Around this time last year, he was even speaking on behalf of Beyonce regarding her self-titled album. But he returns to the spotlight today (May 27), and with a song recalling his earliest days as a prolific R&B singer. “Money Can’t... More »
Nobody fs with the Hells Angels -- even in a court of law... just ask Young Jeezy who's agreed to pay off the feared motorcycle club to settle their lawsuit against him, TMZ has learned.We broke the story... the Angels sued the rapper for…
THE NEW BREED OF COMPTON RAP: YG (Neptune) DJ Mustard’s post-snap, “ratchet” style of minimal, melodic rap production is reaching market saturation, with rappers from Young Jeezy to Young Thug hopping on the bandwagon, with varying levels of success. Show More Summary
Jay Bilas is the best, a sentiment that is beyond question or conjecture. Now if you have the nerve to question such statements, you might want to sit back and watch his hilarious commencement speech to Queens University graduates first. The...Show More Summary
It’s been nearly a decade since Young Jeezy gave us his game-changing Trap Or Die mixtape, so it makes sense that he’s recently dropped the “Young” from his name. But it’s remarkable how Jeezy’s churning triumphant street-rap hasn’t changed over the years, keeping its vigor and energy as well as its basic sound. On Jeezy’s [...]
Among the memorable artists to release chart-topping tracks in 2005 were Kanye West ("Gold Digger"), The Killers ("Mr. Brightside"), Akon and Young Jeezy ("Soul Survivor"), Green Day ("Boulevard of Broken Dreams") and Nickelback ("Photograph"). Show More Summary
“First the XXL, read about me in the Forbes, that’s a long way from trappin’ in the 4-door Accord…” Everyone’s young at heart, whether or not they’ve got that common adjective as part of their rap name. Some are just more vocal about it. “Me OK” sounds like Jeezy is trying to stay up with the rest of the (literally) young, energetic rappers out of Atlanta.